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YouTube TV has delayed the launch of two of its most hotly-anticipated apps: Apple TV and Roku. Back in October, the Google-owned service announced that apps would be coming to the platform in "the coming weeks", but now these two won't land until early next year.

A YouTube representative said both apps should land in the first quarter of 2018, so sometime before the end of March.

YouTube TV is only available in the US at the moment. It works on multiple platforms, including Google Chromecast streaming dongles, the Xbox One games console, Android TV, and recent smart TVs made by Samsung and LG.

Google is currently working on bringing YouTube TV to older smart TVs made by Samsung and Sony too. Though no release date has been set.

There's also no word on when – or if – YouTube TV will make it to these shores.

Source: CNET

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